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  1. Detailed analysis of the 4-2-3-1 formation
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Detailed analysis of the 4-2-3-1 formation

"Coaching the 4-2-3-1" is designed to help coaches improve their team's flexibility, dynamism and attack creativity with one of the most dominant styles of play in modern soccer. This book will teach you how to implement the formation on defense and offense, with more than 30 training sessions and 150 diagrams. "Coaching the 4-2-3-1" covers the principles, player roles and responsibilities, variations and adjustments based on the opponent's strategy.

From the Spanish to the Brazilian sides, and from Manchester United to Real Madrid, the 4-2-3-1 formation is making a big impact on the way the game is played today!

Written by Stevie Grieve, 170+ pages. 2012.


El libro “Coaching the 4-2-3-1” ha sido diseñado para ayudar a entrenadores a mejorar la flexibilidad, dinamismo y creatividad ofensiva de sus equipos siguiendo uno de los estilos de juego más dominantes del fútbol moderno. Incluye más de 30 sesiones de en

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